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Dec 17

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Are you a victim of cyber crime?

In today’s world life is very uncertain, even sitting at home we can be the victim of any crime which would have never imagined, just by a simple click.

Stopping malware from ever entering your PC is a good strategy than making efforts to intercept it when it tries to run. Always try to use a blend of different technologies and
products, not just signature scanners, when you use security software. Remember, no product provides 100% protection.

We can stop malware entering your PC by combining safe computing practices with other techniques such as reducing the privileges of high risk programs, policy restriction
programs, sandboxing and with the use of virtual machines.

Cutting down the use of risky programs is a simple solution for most users. Policy restrictions offer greater security and usability than cutting privileges, but can slow down internet connection speed drastically. Sandboxing, virtualization and policy restrictions offer a more complete solution to stop malware installing on your PC.

To make things secure and usable without fear, the only active security software you really need is an inbound firewall and a good anti-virus program, e.g., Iptables in Linux. That being said you can, indeed should, supplement these with regular on-demand scans of your PC with a good anti-spy ware product and a root kit detector. These on-demand products won’t impose the on-going overhead you would incur with security software that uses active monitoring.

It helps in setting up better security than employing multiple layers of real-time signature scanners. It will also enhance your PC’s speed which is a complete contrast to machines that run/have multiple real-time security products.

All of these come with a good cost and also these computing measures require time and discipline. PC users who are not prepared to put in the effort are advised to stay with a layering strategy using multiple security products.

I have completed my task of running all security software products on my system, now it is your turn. I deeply believe in my grandmother’s saying: “Prevention is better than cure.”

I suggest you to contact Blue Ornate (www.blueornate.com) for all the malware or virus related problems on your website. If you are a victim of bad server, Goggle’s ‘Attack Site’ ratings or Malware attacking your site (PC) contact Blue Ornate for easy and cheap web solutions.

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    Just to let you know your site looks really strange in Firefox on my Linux .

    1. Navmeet Singh

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    1. navmeet

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      If you are talking about the website ‘www.blueornate.com’.
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